Makerspaces at the University of Toronto
Created for students, faculty, and staff in the UTSC community, this space in the library is an environment that encourages its users to be innovative, explore new concepts, execute great ideas, and have fun doing it! The Makerspace provides FREE access to a space equipped with modern technology, such as 3D printers, iMac computers, specialty software, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and more. It has been designed to turn creative ideas into realities, by making the resources to do so available and accessible. All who use the space are encouraged to experiment and discover, tinker with technologies, bring perspectives and skill sets together, and work together on projects.
The critical making laboratory is a shared space for opening up the practice of experimentation with embedded and material digital technology to students and faculty in the Faculty of Information. The lab provides tools, materials, and training for building devices such as wearable computers, RFID systems, ubiquitous computing networks, and other physical computing technologies.
Semaphore is a research cluster at the iSchool, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, dedicated to inclusive design in the area of mobile and pervasive computing.
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